Four-star wide receiver Mannie Netherly announced Tuesday that he will compete in Track and Field at LSU.


Netherly, a 6-3, 174-pound prospect from Crosby, TX, has already enrolled at LSU.

He will join cornerback Donte Jackson as two Tigers that will participate in Track and Field and Spring Practice this semester.

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I really don't have a problem with this. As long as he remembers that football comes first. Jackson has top end speed, but his coverage skills are questionable. He was beat a lot last year. QBs caught him peaking in the backfield often.
Reply51 months
"As long as he remembers football comes first". LMAO dude who the fook do you think you are??
51 months
If he's here to play WR then I'm not sure where coverage skills and QB peaking come into play.
51 months
Hope this isn't another Xavier carter. Track athlete trying to play football
Reply51 months
Not just speed but BURNING SPEED for Minnie this year...... think multiple receiving TDs against Bama'
Reply51 months
Do ya thing man - Boca from Mr. 3000
Reply51 months
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